Magpie and Golden Eagle. image heavy

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  1. zulu42

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    Magpie and Golden Eagle had a discussion about going for a flight in the falling snow.

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    C&C always welcome. Thanks for looking


     
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  2. Jeff G

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    Nice shots, the Magpie looks like a little killer whale. :)
     
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    Great set in what looks like tricky weather to get good focus, love number 4 :)
     
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    Thank you!. Now that you mention it, there is some killer whale resemblance.

    Thanks very much. Yep I dumped a bunch of shots that had grabbed focus on snowflakes :)
     
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    Fantastic shots! Especially that first one!
     
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    thanks very much!
     
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    Real nice set!
     
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    Thanks Mr Snow- much appreciated.
     
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    Great images.
     
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    Very nice! Number 4 really stood out to me as well.
     
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    Thank you zombiesniper

    Thanks!
     
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    Neat set of images - #1 is my favourite. Those magpie can be aggressive. We back on to a courtyard and there are a couple of rabbits that have taken up residence there, but...the magpies think they own the courtyard as well. :biggrin-93: It is interesting to watch the magpies challenge the rabbits. The rabbits simply ignore them and go on feeding on the grass. The magpies give up after a while, scream a bit as they often do and then fly up into the nearest tree to watch the rabbits.

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